Friday Faves: VR, Irritating Social Media + Danny Dyer
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Many are just not interested in the devices
Mass production, not mass appeal.
Social media. It’s been going through a bit of a rough patch recently with people blaming it for the successes of certain political figures while simultaneously amplifying the recruitment campaigns of terrorist networks and facilitating the growing problem of live streamed violence – it’s the sort of record even James Blunt couldn’t tweet away.
With the onset of ad-blocking, many online publishers have sought to introduce paywalls in an attempt counter the prospect of sliding ad revenues.
Paying the piper.
When he was young, Captain Charles Boycott wanted to make his name.
The industry legend on how words evolve.
Laughing was found to be conducive to feelings of wellbeing, and the providers of that laughter were likely to be viewed with feelings of positivity and even warmth. Fact.
Embrace the dad joke.
One for the road: